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Note:  Non-Duke affiliated Continuing Studies students may only take online courses and may not come to the Duke Campus. This does not apply to Duke employees, alumni, or participants in the Program in Education licensure programs. Please contact kprice@duke.edu with questions about this policy for Spring term 2021.

Duke employees and area residents who wish to take courses in the arts and sciences for credit on a nondegree basis, or as an auditor, do so through Duke’s Office of Continuing Studies.  The director of Academic Services for Continuing Studies students is Kim Price; she may be contacted at kprice@duke.edu or (919) 684-5375.  

Students studying in Perkins Library

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